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Good grief! Epistemic and psychological benefits of depressive mood

Good grief! Epistemic and psychological benefits of depressive mood

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PhD student to present paper at two major conferences.
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27/04/2015
We need better methods of measuring poverty if we want to make progress

We need better methods of measuring poverty if we want to make progress

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Scott Wisor writes for The Guardian.
Date:
27/04/2015
Methods of poverty assessment must be overhauled if we really want to make a difference

Methods of poverty assessment must be overhauled if we really want to make a difference

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Scott Wisor writes the latest Birmingham Brief.
Date:
27/03/2015
New Fellowship: Optimism

New Fellowship: Optimism

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Lisa Bortolotti was awarded a Non-residential Fellowship on "Costs and Benefits of Optimism" ($76,299).
Date:
20/03/2015
European Philosophical Society for the Study of the Emotions (EPSSE)

European Philosophical Society for the Study of the Emotions (EPSSE)

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PhD student Isaura Peddis to present paper.
Date:
20/03/2015
Workshop 1 report: Changing understandings of body Image

Workshop 1 report: Changing understandings of body Image

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A report on the first BeautyDemands workshop which took place 4-5 March 2015.
Date:
17/03/2015
Professionals, practitioners and beauty norms: call for papers

Professionals, practitioners and beauty norms: call for papers

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Call for papers for the second BeautyDemands workshop.
Date:
17/03/2015
£10,000 scholarships for Masters study at the University of Birmingham

£10,000 scholarships for Masters study at the University of Birmingham

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For 2015 entry the University has two brand new schemes which offer £10,000 scholarships for Masters students. These scholarships have been jointly funded by the British Government; the allocation of the awards, which is the fourth highest in the UK, further cements Birmingham's place amongst the very best higher education institutions for postgraduate study.
Date:
10/03/2015
Should development be kinky? A response to Pritchett and Kenny

Should development be kinky? A response to Pritchett and Kenny

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Scott Wisor Writes for the Devpolicy blog.
Date:
12/01/2015
On the rate of development progress

On the rate of development progress

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Dr Scott Wisor considers what rates of progress should be involved in moving individuals above minimal sufficiency thresholds.
Date:
12/01/2015
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